Fall off the Bone Sweet & Sour Ribs

"I tried these at a family reunion and loved them! These are so easy to make. You throw a few ingredients together, throw them in the roasting pan and let the oven do all the work. The end is fall off the bone ribs and a yummy sauce that goes great with rice!"
 
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Fall off the Bone Sweet & Sour Ribs created by um-um-good
Ready In:
3hrs 10mins
Ingredients:
10
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Put ribs in roasting pan.
  • Mix remaining ingredients together.
  • Pour over ribs.
  • Bake at 325°F for 3 hours.
  • Baste or "rotate" the ribs during cooking to make sure all of them get a nice coating of the sauce.

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  1. Baby Chevelle
    We did like these, but would have loved them if the sauce would have stuck more. The flavor of the sauce was wonderful, but was in the pan not on the ribs. I did rotate them halfway through. I also didn't have any tomato juice so I substituted V8 spicy and it was really good !!
     
  2. BichonOlive
    Great and easy ribs that the whole family loved. I did cut the vinegar down to 3/4 C. Super recipe!
     
  3. Tabby Bartley
    hehe i loved them shannon! and honestly i thought they were waaay better then the ones we had later that night ;) tabby
     
  4. Melby_Gwen
    This was really yummy - I made this a couple of months ago but I still remember how great it tasted. A little too sour for me, might try to cut down the vinegar a little. I added more ketchup as I didn't have any tomato juice. Will defintely do this again.
     
  5. um-um-good
    Fall off the Bone Sweet & Sour Ribs Created by um-um-good

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I'm a stay at home mommy of 2. I was raised in St. Jacobs, Ontario, Canada. My favorite cookbook comes from the public school I went to in St. Jacobs. I love it because the recipes are personal ones that are tried and true! I love to cook, bake, can, etc. I consider myself really fortunate to have been raised in an area where home baking and canning where the norm. I watched my mom and grandma preparing homemade jams and pickles every year and I caught the "bug". I really enjoy simple, delicious recipes! However, if a recipe is amazing I don't mind putting the extra time and expense into it.
 
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